I am out and about in regional South Australia this week. It’s my favourite part about being involved in politics and the regional trip is something I try to do multiple times throughout the year.
For the religious and non-religious alike, our nation celebrates one of our best cultural traditions this week – Easter.
Like many parents, I often reflect on the state of the world we are leaving our children.
The “Statement of National Challenges” report was released this week by the Menzies Research Centre. It is very sober reading for anyone concerned about the future of our economy and our quality of life.
It’s amazing what a bit of leadership tension does for intestinal fortitude. After months of obfuscations and prevarication the beleaguered Prime Minister has finally put forward some sensible reforms to the Racial Discrimination Act.
This week the monorail salesman from The Simpsons paid a visit to South Australia. Only this time he was selling giant uneconomic batteries instead of shooting people through vacuum tubes.
Eight years ago I wrote in my weekly e-mail that the first home owners grant should go. I argued that it drove up the prices of housing to the advantage of existing owners and did nothing to make first homes more affordable.
It is easy to understand why so many people are disappointed in politics. At every turn, your political representatives avoid the ‘tough’ decisions. Actually, many of them avoid even making the easy decisions.
Nikki Haley is the new US Ambassador to the United Nations who recently attended her first Security Council meeting on Middle East issues. Her comments in the press following the meeting were scathing.
I owe you all an apology.
In a flurry of activity during the launch of Australian Conservatives, some of you did not receive your weekly dose of common sense. Rest assured it won't happen again!
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